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Chicago Blackhawks Morning Links- Welcome Home

By Keith Schultz
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Good morning Chicago Blackhawks fans! Even if the game Friday night put a really bad taste in your mouth there is some good news for you, the Chicago Blackhawks return home today to play the Nashville Predators at the United Center and the series is tied 1-1.  The Chicago Blackhawks are a very good team at home in the playoffs historically during the Jonathan Toews/Patrick Kane era so getting a split on the road no matter what the fashion was just what the doctor ordered.

Now it’s time to protect the home ice advantage that the Chicago Blackhawks gained in Nashville and put the pressure on the Predators just like they did to the Blackhawks at Bridgestone.  A quick start by the Chicago Blackhawks would be nice especially since they have never led in this series in regulation yet.

What do you say Chicago Blackhawks? We want to hear plenty of Chelsea Dagger today and Tuesday night, and here are some morning links to kick off your first Stanley Cup playoffs home game of 2015.

Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford has emerged as the teams Achilles heel (Bleacher Report)

The question most people have on their minds is really, What happened to Corey Crawford (Second City)

Shea Weber won’t travel with the Nashville Predators to Chicago and has been ruled out for Games #3 and #4 in Chicago (Madhouse Enforcer)

Did we say that Lemont Native Scott Darling is starting Game #3 at home for the Chicago Blackhawks (ESPN Chicag0)

Everyone has a dream, and for this lucky Chicago Blackhawks fan their #DreamGame came true (Blackhawks)

Roman Josi goal against the Chicago Blackhawks deserved a second look from this Nashville blog (On the Forecheck)

St. Louis Blues fans keep waiting for Mr. Shootout to finally step up!  Did he in Game #2? (Bleedin Blue)

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The Winnipeg Jets are looking for goals and they are looking for their stars to be the ones scoring those goals if they are going to beat the Anaheim Ducks (Winnipeg Sun)

The Calgary Flames have requested that the instigator penalty for Deryk Engelland be reviewed so he can be in the lineup for Game #3 of

their series with the Vancouver Canucks (ProHockey Talk)

Ondrej Pavelec has cemented himself as the #1 goalie for the Winnipeg Jets this season (Puck Daddy)

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